Introducing the OPLC Nature Walk
The "Nature Walk" was recently installed on the floor between the red and blue pods. The "Nature Walk" is an area for students to use to exercies and move throughout their day. Exercises in the "Nature Walk" are desinged to help kids keep their bodies and minds active. Exercise througout the day can increase time on task and encourage children to be more focused in the classroom.
Soup Tower Challenge
How tall is your teacher? Do you think your class can bring in enough soup cans to make a tower as tall as your teacher? How many towers can your class make?
Hunger can be hard to see, however, many families in the Octorara School District are struggling to put food on their tables. We would like to help the Octorara Area Food Cupboard with their soup drive. They are requesting healthy, hearty, meaty soups to help over 880 households in the Octorara Area School District. Your donation can make a real difference. Please give what you “CAN” ! Classes will be making soup can towers on 2/22/19
Read Across America Week
In celebration of Read Across America Week, the OPLC teachers are inviting Mystery Readers to schedule a visit to classrooms. We would like to have these visits on Monday, February 25, Tuesday, February 26, Thursday, February 28, and Friday, March 1.
A Mystery Reader could be a parent/guardian, grandparent, aunt or uncle. If you or someone in your family would be interested in participating, follow the links off the OPLC website at www.octorara.k12.pa.us or use the following link, http://signup.com/go/WBJEojq to choose a time.
We'll continue to celebrate with a birthday party for Dr. Seuss at our annual Read Across America Literacy Night on Wednesday, February 27. This will be held at the Octorara Primary Learning Center from 6:15-7:15pm. There will be activities and gifts for everyone in attendance.
Click on the link below for the reservation form. Please return it to school by February 22.
PLEASE JOIN US!!
'Tis the season for stomach viruses and respiratory infections. Please remind students to wash hands frequently, keep hands away from their face, cover coughs and sneezes, get adequate rest, and hdyrate throughout the day. If your student is vomitting, please have them stay home. If your child has a fever, please have them stay home until they are fever free for a 24 hour period. You can send in notes after absences to the teacher or email them to email@example.com.
K-6 Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)Click on the Brave to link to the PTO page where you can access the PTO Website, the PTO Weekly Newsletter and other information about our PTO!
Box Tops for EducationBox Tops has an APP! Click on the picture for more!Students should turn in Box Tops in an envelope or a bag with their name and grade level on it.We will continue to collect Box Tops all year!
Please make sure ALL Box Tops have the expiration date on them.
Box Tops For Education Challenge!Our next challenge begins now!Students are encouraged to bring in box tops and the classes with the most box tops collected by December 14th will earn a reward.The reward will be wear your pajamas and bring a stuffed animal to school day!
Read Across America Spirit DaysMonday, February 25th- Read a Shirt DayTuesday, February 26th- Wear GreenWednesday, February 27th- Wear Crazy SocksThursday, February 28th- Wear a HatFriday, March 1- Dress like your Favorite Book CharacterOPLC's Title I Reading Page
REAL TutoringReadingExcitesAllLearnersBe a REAL tutor and make a difference. Click on the picture below.OPLC Spirit DaysClick here to see the list.Reading Eggs and Math Seeds - Click Here
Click on the picture to find the treasures in the library.
Mrs. Boldt's Page forEnglish Learners and Families
February 27, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM K-6 Family Literacy Night
February 28, 2019
7:00 PM Sr High Spring Musical
March 1, 2019
7:00 PM Sr. High Spring Musical
March 2, 2019
2:00 PM Sr. High Spring Musical
7:00 PM Sr. High Spring Musical
March 5, 2019